Tag : meatless

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Another flexible recipe that will adjust to whatever you have on hand, but as always, the more colorful, the better-looking (for your eyes) and the better for your health. This one had: 1 cup dried black beans, which I brought to a boil with water to cover in a saucepan, over high heat, then turned …
Reposting from my old blog. Onion soup is a lovely thing to make right after the onion harvest at end of season, when the weather’s just starting to cool down. Onion soup is also a lovely thing to start love stories with. Like ours, which certainly didn’t begin with onion soup, but has seen its …
I promised my friend and fellow homeschooling mom Ruth a post on how I make my kimchi. Ruth is the queen of lacto-fermentation. I get so inspired whenever I see her jars of healthy eating and drinking. Hope you and your family enjoy this, Ruth!! First of all you’ll need a large bowl to do …
Molly Wizenberg wrote about this dish in 2005, when I was just beginning my blogging journey. I made it with canned salmon because that’s what I had, and it struck me how similar it is to the Filipino torta, which I learned as a child, with a couple of exceptions: no dairy, and everything was …
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2 tablespoons coconut oil 2 tablespoons minced garlic 1-inch gingerroot, peeled, minced (optional) 12 ounces mushrooms, sliced thin 3 cups baby kale 1 tablespoon soy sauce, or wheat-free tamari if you’re avoiding wheat, or several pinches salt if avoiding soy pinch sugar (optional) splash sake or mirin (optional) As you can see, this is a …
We’re about halfway through Lent and I thought it would be a great time to feature some meatless recipes here. I probably should dedicate this post to my youngest brother who hates broccoli >:) . Broccoli’s one of my favorite vegetables though, and I’ve just grown to like it even more through the years, for …
Suzanne over at the forum bumped up Nancy’s old thread on meatless soups, so I’m putting together a compilation of old posts here in case it would help. It’s soup season still, so I’m hoping to update old posts with pictures that got lost when I switched blog hosts and forgot to renew our old …
2 tablespoons canola oil 1 medium onion, sliced thinly 2 large cloves garlic, sliced thinly 1 tablespoon turmeric 2 Thai chilies or 1 Serrano chili, sliced thinly (deseed if you want less heat) 1 1/2 tablespoons grated gingerroot 1 12-oz package cremini mushrooms, or Baby Bellas, or 1 cup shiitakes, sliced thin (discard stems if …
found a Town and Country here (and same color as our van in the US!) — an Italian version, approx. the same size as the Fiat Ulysse we’re renting, thought that was pretty funny — this was taken at the apt. complex where our condo is – March 10 Nino’s smile – March 11 Yena …
Four Days to Party Time! So far we’ve got embutido (not my recipe, but something similar), samosas, chicken wings (sweet-spicy and Buffalo), crab cake bites, Thai-flavored mussels, morcon, scallops-in-bacon, chicken sate, and mango sorbet done. The recipes linked are not the ones I’m using but no time right now to post recipes for those… Working …
Like most of you know, I’m a rice gal — we have rice most days and we usually feel a meal isn’t a meal unless there’s rice somewhere. So I’m naturally curious about all the different rice preparations that other cuisines have. Like this one from Brazil, which is just like my American friends like …
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